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University of the Pacific names new vice president for external relations

University of the Pacific names new vice president for external relations

Stacy McAfee, an academic leader with broad experience in higher education, has been appointed associate vice president for external relations at University of the Pacific. She will split her time among the university’s campuses in Stockton, Sacramento and San Francisco.

“I am so pleased to welcome Stacy to the Pacific family,” said Pacific President Pamela A. Eibeck. “She understands how important it is for us to demonstrate shared values and responsibility to stakeholders within our communities. Her background, skills and passion will help to strengthen the support and engagement we will need as we develop into a more vibrant three-city university.”

McAfee will facilitate and strengthen ties between university leaders and corporate and community leaders and elected officials in the three cities, helping to ensure that the university understands and is a constructive member of each region.

SJDC North County Center Proposal Notification

SJDC North County Center Proposal Notification

On Wednesday, February 11, 2015, San Joaquin Delta Community College District (“District”) invited submission of Proposals from landowners, facilities owners, and/or representatives of landowners and facilities owners (collectively, “Respondents”) interested in offering land, existing facilities, or both, that address the content of this Request For Proposals and Qualifications (“RFP/RFQ”). Respondents shall either own the land or facility(ies) or be an authorized agent of the owner able to act on the owner’s behalf through the District’s site selection process.

Delta College Campuses Closed for Presidents' Day Holidays, Friday, Feb. 13 & Monday, Feb. 16

Delta College Campuses Closed for Presidents' Day Holidays,  Friday, Feb. 13 & Monday, Feb. 16

Delta College's main Stockton campus, South Campus at Mountain House and Calaveras High School classes will close to honor Presidents' Day celebrations on Friday, February 13 & Monday, February 16. Both campuses and Delta's Calaveras H.S. classes will reopen for business on Tuesday, February 17.

Delta campuses will be open (as normal) for weekend activities. Those activities include: The Market at Delta College, athletics and theater venue events.

San Joaquin Delta College Celebrates Black History Month

San Joaquin Delta College Celebrates Black History Month

Delta College’s African American Employee Council (AAEC) and Cultural Awareness Programs (CAP) present an outstanding schedule of events to celebrate Black History Month. Students, staff and the public are invited to take part in these educational and festive activities.

For more information, contact Delta College counselor Solyn Laney, (209) 954-5151 x6260, slaney@deltacollege.edu.

Engineering & Technology Day - 2015, February 6

Engineering & Technology Day - 2015, February 6
The San Joaquin Delta College Engineering Department is hosting its Twenty-Eighth Annual Engineering & Technology Day on Friday, February 6. The day's activities will take place from 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Mustangs Women's Soccer Signing Night - Feb. 4

Mustangs Women's Soccer Signing Night - Feb. 4

Delta College Mustangs women’s soccer players will sign National Letters of Intent at “Women’s Soccer Signing Night” Wednesday, February 4, 6 p.m. at Budd 210 (The Zone) on the campus of Delta College.

“Eight women’s soccer sophomores are transferring to 4-year universities this fall,” said Delta women’s soccer coach Adrienne Sorenson. “Several of our student/athletes are signing National Letters of Intent and will continue to play at the next level. We congratulate all our athletes!"

Horatio Alger scholarships give Juco students needed aid

Horatio Alger scholarships give Juco students needed aid

Forty area junior college students found out they are the newest recipients of the 2014 Horatio Alger scholarships.

The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization announced Thursday that it will honor 40 recipients with the 2014 Horatio Alger/Cortopassi Vocational Scholarships. The non-profit group honors the achievements of outstanding individuals and encourages youth to pursue their dreams through higher education.

The $10,000 scholarships are funded by the Cortopassi Family Foundation and awarded to students selected by Horatio Alger Association. Students must have enrolled at a two-year vocational certificate program at a qualifying community college and overcome personal adversity, demonstrating financial need.

The scholarships went to students that currently reside in, or have graduated high school in, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, or Madera counties... Read More